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KTZ. Men’s Autumn/Winter 2017 – London Fashion Week.

(Images from Vogue.com.  Used in promotion of the designer)

As 2017 draws to a close, picking out some shows that, for me, flew under the radar.  432 more words


Review: Attilio Giusti Leombruni (AGL) Shoes

Allow me to preface this blog post with the fact that you will NOT be seeing pictures of me modeling any of my AGL shoes — because I have big ugly feet. 384 more words

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Ilaria Nistri Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear. Milan Fashion Week (overview)

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I have always admired Ilaria Nistri‘s designs, which are reflected with her distinctly original patterns and unique approach –  a mix of Italian influenced Ready-to-Wear styles, mixed with her own take on the Avant-garde.  283 more words


Ann Demeulemeester Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear. Paris Fashion Week

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As noted with my review of  Ann Demeulemeester’s Men’s Spring 2018, the use and direct influences of the late 1970s NY East Village bohemian looks held a prolific overture with Sébastien Meunier’s ensuring that a respectful acknowledgment to not only Ann Demeulemeester’s brand which he is now their creative director, but also to a period that, despite the romanticism, holds a sombre reflection. 214 more words


Rick Owens Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear. Paris Fashion Week

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What really frightens and dismays us is not external events themselves, but the way in which we think about them. 492 more words


Manuel Facchini Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear – Milan Fashion Week (overview)

(Images from Manuel Facchini via WWD.com)

With Milan Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear drawing to a close.  For the most part it was frumpy state of affairs, rushed looks and poor fits lined both the runway and the non runway photo shoots – which is now emerging as a trend, opting away form traditional runway shows.  205 more words


The Bicyclist: Handcrafted leather Bags & more

When I first came across the bags, I couldn’t think of anything other than wow. I was blown away, short for words and was a weird person in love with the bags who could cry, laugh, smile, be lunatic all at one go, looking at the bags. 1,742 more words